This album is about beat impressionism, when the beat does not make the rhythm, but the mood instead. Breakcore and IDM inspired mess of beats and breaks and plastic.
Fleksi Plastik – We know metal music, but what is plastic music? This was an attempt to create a very massive track with a beat that sounds … well … like plastic.
Abstrakt Model – What if beats get abstract and become perceived more as background ambient rather than rhythm carrier?
Akimirka – The most intense two minutes with complete randomness and self-interruptions. It’s impossible to follow the beat because the track is made so. The beat is not just rhythm, it’s melody, background, and meaning – the beat is life.
I Surround You – What if the beat is so intense that completely loses single hits to become a continuous flow, but still maintains the feel of complexity and structure? Fun fact – the rhythm carrying beat is a direct inspiration from Eurovision song contests.
Append – Consider this track as a second take on “The beat is not just rhythm, the beat is life”.
Exposition – What if the beat gets slow, but we still try to create the mood of intensity? Varying intensity?
Incosmos – The beat is not just rhythm. The beat is life.
Go! Said Master – We don’t have a beat here, but what if the carrier of the track is the meaning of the text? Not the sample itself, because it’s always altered, not the pulsing beat, but what if the meaning is what guides you through the music?
eww is a musical contradiction exploring boundaries between styles. I was never satisfied with a general tendency of overly “dark” underground electronic music and wanted to sprinkle some positive vibes on it. At the same time, I was upset by the plainness of positive music, so I wanted to add some complexity to it. I’m the ying and yang of music.